LUV IN THE RUINS is the third release from CARE and their second with Winspear. The album interrogates the abusive interval of "love" and "struck," posing a critique of self-crucifixion and those whom culture has coronated with the privilege to resurrect. Though much of LUV IN THE RUINS was written and recorded in Grand Rapids, MI, CARE currently resides in Queens, NY. The record has garnered much praise for it's dark and unique sound. Ian Cohen for SPIN says "this kind of melodramatic, genre-absorptive oversharing is probably emo's future," and Stereogum says "Majetich fills that vast space with textures that are as wide-ranging and volatile as the emotions he's attempting to work through, and the way he processes the end of a relationship feels brazen and painful."